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30th July 1966…

…isn’t just the fiftieth anniversary of England’s historic World Cup victory – it was also the day that a new shop first opened its doors in Epping, although trading that aftenoon of the Final is reported to have been somewhat quiet! A family business that’s still going strong, Piccola now has a shop in Brentwood High Street too, from where I was joined this morning by Molly and Molls who explained how they were going to be marking the event with celebrations that included a VIP visit by none other than Peppa Pig.AJ Molly Molls 30 07 16

Piccola sells a wide range of children’s clothes and toys and Molly aexplained that what she believes sets them apart is the quality of the products they sell – such as traditional wooden toys – together with their originality.

Piccola is at the Wilsons Corner end of Brentwood High Street; to find out more listen to Bob Simpson’s interview last week with Simon Wilson, and listen again to my chat with Molly and Molls here:

It was also a pleasure to be joined throughout this morning’s show by Courtney-Lee Collins, who you may have heard on other shows during the week getting some work experience. Courtney-Lee will be joining me again next week and I’ve no doubt that we’ll be hearing much more from her on Phoenix in the future!

Courtney-Lee

Courtney-Lee

30th July 1966…

…isn’t just the fiftieth anniversary of England’s historic World Cup victory – it was also the day that a new shop first opened its doors in Epping, although trading that aftenoon of the Final is reported to have been somewhat quiet! A family business that’s still going strong, Piccola now has a shop in Brentwood High Street too, from where I was joined this morning by Molly and Molls who explained how they were going to be marking the event with celebrations that included a VIP visit by none other than Peppa Pig.AJ Molly Molls 30 07 16

Piccola sells a wide range of children’s clothes and toys and Molly aexplained that what she believes sets them apart is the quality of the products they sell – such as traditional wooden toys – together with their originality.

Piccola is at the Wilsons Corner end of Brentwood High Street; to find out more listen to Bob Simpson’s interview last week with Simon Wilson, and listen again to my chat with Molly and Molls here:

It was also a pleasure to be joined throughout this morning’s show by Courtney-Lee Collins, who you may have heard on other shows during the week getting some work experience. Courtney-Lee will be joining me again next week and I’ve no doubt that we’ll be hearing much more from her on Phoenix in the future!

Courtney-Lee

Courtney-Lee

30th July 1966…

…isn’t just the fiftieth anniversary of England’s historic World Cup victory – it was also the day that a new shop first opened its doors in Epping, although trading that aftenoon of the Final is reported to have been somewhat quiet! A family business that’s still going strong, Piccola now has a shop in Brentwood High Street too, from where I was joined this morning by Molly and Molls who explained how they were going to be marking the event with celebrations that included a VIP visit by none other than Peppa Pig.AJ Molly Molls 30 07 16

Piccola sells a wide range of children’s clothes and toys and Molly aexplained that what she believes sets them apart is the quality of the products they sell – such as traditional wooden toys – together with their originality.

Piccola is at the Wilsons Corner end of Brentwood High Street; to find out more listen to Bob Simpson’s interview last week with Simon Wilson, and listen again to my chat with Molly and Molls here:

It was also a pleasure to be joined throughout this morning’s show by Courtney-Lee Collins, who you may have heard on other shows during the week getting some work experience. Courtney-Lee will be joining me again next week and I’ve no doubt that we’ll be hearing much more from her on Phoenix in the future!

Courtney-Lee

Courtney-Lee

30th July 1966…

…isn’t just the fiftieth anniversary of England’s historic World Cup victory – it was also the day that a new shop first opened its doors in Epping, although trading that aftenoon of the Final is reported to have been somewhat quiet! A family business that’s still going strong, Piccola now has a shop in Brentwood High Street too, from where I was joined this morning by Molly and Molls who explained how they were going to be marking the event with celebrations that included a VIP visit by none other than Peppa Pig.AJ Molly Molls 30 07 16

Piccola sells a wide range of children’s clothes and toys and Molly aexplained that what she believes sets them apart is the quality of the products they sell – such as traditional wooden toys – together with their originality.

Piccola is at the Wilsons Corner end of Brentwood High Street; to find out more listen to Bob Simpson’s interview last week with Simon Wilson, and listen again to my chat with Molly and Molls here:

It was also a pleasure to be joined throughout this morning’s show by Courtney-Lee Collins, who you may have heard on other shows during the week getting some work experience. Courtney-Lee will be joining me again next week and I’ve no doubt that we’ll be hearing much more from her on Phoenix in the future!

Courtney-Lee

Courtney-Lee

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